EFP and National Math Foundation Partner to Drive Revenue to Support New Math-Inspired Education Initiatives

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New partnership generates funding for new approach to improving math skills among America's youth

Education Funding Partners (EFP) and the National Math Foundation (NMF) today announced a new partnership that will generate a sustainable new revenue source for NMF to support a multi-sensory solution to help improve math skills among America’s youth. EFP creates marketing partnerships between respected national companies and the K-12 public school community and related education organizations to drive new funding to support public education initiatives.

NMF will integrate the EFP adNet digital advertising platform on its website, where it will generate revenue for NMF 24/7/365. NMF can select from a carefully vetted list of education-appropriate brands and determine the placement of the brands’ digital ads on their website pages to drive revenue. EFP adNet is simple to implement, turnkey and seamlessly embeds into website pages.

"The National Math Foundation is always searching for creative, smart ways to generate more revenue to use to equip America’s youth with the math skills needed to lead healthy, productive lives,” said Cara-Leigh Battaglia, NMF Executive Director. "This partnership with EFP delivers on that with new revenue for NMF to support our commitment to increase math competency.”

EFP engages education-friendly brands like Microsoft, Target, Walmart, AAA and Shutterfly, who want to reach parents and teachers through the trusted environment of school district, school and education-organization websites. These groups can use the funds generated from running the ads any way they wish.

“This partnership with the National Math Foundation broadens our reach to provide our free adNet revenue tool to important education organizations,” said EFP CEO Tom Weeks. “It is great timing to partner with an organization such as NMF who is committed to providing innovative new solutions that improve life skills and provide the training to ensure its successful implementation.”

About Education Funding Partners
Education Funding Partners (EFP) puts the power of national brand marketing resources to work for public education by linking carefully selected brands and forward-thinking school districts and education organizations to build successful partnerships. Leading companies engage with millions of parents, educators and students through a new, scalable and comprehensive marketing platform, while schools and education organizations impacted by the ongoing budget crisis gain sustainable funding solutions. Through a national K-12 education network built by EFP, brands invest in the K-12 community by preserving educational and enrichment programs. EFP (http://www.edufundingpartners.com) is a certified B Corporation, a for-profit company guided by comprehensive social performance standards. EFP has been Awarded ‘Best for the World’ by B Lab for the past five years and was named one of ‘Five Bright Ideas for Education’ by Harvard Business School. EFP is a division of ©2018 Abundant Venture Partners, LLC (http://www.abundantventurepartners.com).

CONTACT: Nancy Kerbs, Education Funding Partners – (508) 333-3488 or nkerbs(at)edufundingpartners(dot)com

About National Math Foundation, Inc.
National Math Foundation (NMF) is a 501(c)(3) public charity that works with schools, teachers, nonprofit and for-profit partners who improve communities. We offer training and professional development for teachers throughout the U.S., and programs to help schools meet challenges while students learn effectively. NMF is dedicated to empowering communities to work toward ensuring that ALL Americans, regardless of age, race, socio-economic class, and gender, are competent and confident in their math ability and have sufficient skills to be able to use math effectively in their jobs. Our mission: to foster exercise, wellness, and learning through movement as a means to develop a math literate community, and specifically address math skills, fluency, obesity and illiteracy. Our goal is to physically, mentally, and emotionally engage students in math and literacy activities that teach today’s core curriculum while inspiring students to become tomorrow’s mathematicians.

CONTACT: Cara-Leigh Battaglia, Executive Director 315-651-5947 or cara.battaglia(at)nationalmathfoundation(dot)org

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